Committee for Women and Diversity in Mathematics

The purpose of this Committee is to promote the objectives of the Society in as far as they concern gender and broader diversity practices. 

Terms of Reference

The Committee's full Terms of Reference are available here.

Membership
E. Hunsicker (Chair), I. Gordon, A. Lecuona (Edinburgh Mathematical Society), A. Davis, Y. Krychko, D.Maclagan, S.Lombardo (Institute of Mathematics and its Applications), S. Pumpluen, L. Rodgers (Royal Statistical Society), C. Smith, M. Sommacal, A. Taormina (European Women in Mathematics), H. Herrera (Operational Research Society), T. Kelly

Dates of Meetings
The committee meets twice annually, once in February/March and once in September/October.

Grants
The Committee operates several grants schemes: 

Caring Supplementary Grants 
Emmy Noether Fellowships
Grace Chisholm Young Fellowships

Events
The Committee provides funding for a range of events: Women in Mathematics Days, Girls in Mathematics Days and Diversity in Mathematics Days. The Committee also provides support for the annual LGBTQ+STEMinar.

Other event supported by the Committe include the annual Mary Cartwright Lecture and Good Practice Scheme Workshops throughout the year. 

Good Practice Scheme
The London Mathematical Society strongly supports advancing women's careers in university mathematics departments. The Society's Committee for Women and Diversity in Mathematics has developed a Good Practice Scheme with the aim of supporting mathematics departments to embed equal opportunities for women within their working practices. Find out more information here.

Success Stories
What does it mean to be a successful mathematician? What is involved in a successful mathematical career? Find out here.

History of the Commitee

Past LMS President, Professor Caroline Series, FRS has written an interesting article about the history and activities of the London Mathematical Society's Women in Mathematics Committee (LMS WiMC) and the British Women in Maths Days (BWM Days) which preceded it. The article is available here

Useful Links
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